SEN 2780 - Corrections, Credit and getting started.
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Corrections, Credit and getting started.
1. Kotuku Korrection
2. Koach Kredit
3. Not forgetting where to start
In alert reader in Denmark noticed that we had left out some scores on the F1A results (as part of our effort to fit them on a page ) So here they are again.
Kotuku Cup 2020 OCT 10&11 Brian Van Nest CD
F1A FAI Number r1 r2 r3 r4 r5 r6 r7 FO1 FO2 FO3 TOTAL
1 Jim Parker USA N89015 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 420 426 2466
2 Enes Pecenkovic BIHF120 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 420 365 2405
3 Sholomi RosenzweigUSA 1009 245 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 420 348 2388
4 Mike McKeever USA 89734 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 165 1485
5 Brian VanNest USA23122 240 180 180 180 180 167 180 1307
6 Guy Goldstein USA1142291 218 180 180 180 180 180 180 1298
7 Ken Bauer USA30748 240 180 180 180 180 180 149 1289
8 Noa Goldstein 240 137 180 180 180 180 180 1277JR
9 Attn Goldstein 240 105 140 180 180 180 180 1205JR
10 Jasminka PecenkoviBIH F 121 155 105 180 180 180 180 180 1160
11 Liad Friedman 240 180 180 146 61 180 96 1083JR
12 Peter Brocks USA 84018 0 180 101 117 180 180 180 938
13 Pierre Brun 218 180 180 180 123 0 0 881
At the recent Kotuku and Sierra Cups there were a number of Junior flyers. These flyers did well in what was nice but tricky conditions. From memory I think that it was Annt and Liad’s first big contest weekend. The hardest working coach was Guy Goldstein with 2 daughters Noa and Annt both flying in F1A. Guy flew himself and did most of the chasing. The other 3 flyers had family members there but an experienced flyer as coach as well. Liad was extra lucky because in a way he had 2 expert coaches. His on the field coach was SCAT President Jim Parker . But Liad flew what I think was a Buntbone from Don Zink’s estate. Don was renowned for getting this model to fly well especially in gentle thermal conditions. We saw that when on one flight the model cruised around between 3 and 5 meters off altitude for about 2 minutes giving Liad a MAX. His cousin Ittai flew F1B with increasing success coached by Mike Achterberg, with no doubt additional “input” from fellow Nor Cal F1B guys, Larry, Walt, Mike and Jerry. Skylar over from AZ was coached by Sevak Malkhasyan, their effort was to get max turns and a vertical launch which judging by the photo on the Free Flight group on FB they are on the right track.
Not forgetting where to start
Below is a notice about a youth catapult glider event. This is sponsored by GTS FreeFlight. This is an effort to help young people to get started. Taron and Sevak who are no longer juniors understand that you can’t start flying with super complicated and expansive model. When younger they got started by flying “small gliders” and really had a good time. So in case you have not worked it out, G is for George, the CEO, T is for Taron the VP of Engineering and F1C world Champ and S for Sevak the mouth piece, VP of Marketing and big F1B winner last weekend. So there are 16 days left to for your young friends to enter and it’s the first step on the way to be a World Champ… and more importantly have a great time on the field, just ask Taron or Sevak! After all having fun is what it is all about.
First Annual United States NFFS Youth Postal Contest!!!
You do NOT need to be a NFFS member to participate. (Ages up to 18 years old)
* Any catapult launch glider design and size.
* 6 flights with 60 second maxes.
o In the case of 6 maxes the competitor must continue until they drop a flight
* All flights must be completed on the same day
For scores to count all mentors must:
* Fill out the mentor survey https://forms.gle/zu1qaZXqWJbVQmZ98
* Top 5 juniors win a GTS 12” CLG kit
* Top 5 juniors win a 1 year NFFS subscription with hard copy digest.
* 1st place wins the NFFS Youth Perpetual Trophy
Please join the NFFS! They are the lobbying body for our free flight community. The NFFS supports all youth programs! Serious youth competitors qualify for a free NFFS membership with online digest.